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The SAFE-T-NET Technologies Multi Language Capabilities


One of the fundamental foundations of culture is language.

Language is also key to maximizing safe outcomes throughout all workplaces. There is an excellent article by Cheryl DeCooman (President – People Management Group) which outlines this very well. To read Cheryl’s article just Click Here.

If you would like toto review the history of the SAFE-T-NET Technologies then just Click Here.

SAFE-T-NETTransformational Safety® recognises the need to engage with the global safety community in as culturally appropriate means as possible. The very first step toward this objective therefore is a deep respect for language. When developing SAFE-T-NET Technologies the architecture is designed in such a way as to optimise the ability to provide all content in native languages: all at the press of a button.


“Most organizations operate in failure states and that just remains invisible because bad stuff is not happening. We might call that the ‘normalization of deviance’ and, make no mistake, it will kill.”

David G Broadbent

Safety Psychologist, Transformational Safety

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Ricky, Atlanta

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“I was fortunate to attend Transformational Safety’s Anatomies of Disaster Program. This was amongst the most powerful two days I have ever spent in a room. From the outset David Broadbent set the scene by dedicating the program to the late Rick Rescorla – the man who is credited with saving over 2700 lives on 9/11. Throughout the two days David would often respectively reflect and remember those who had died, or been injured, in the disasters we explored. He would say, and I will never forget, “…we must always remember those that lost their lives lift us up into the light of understanding”. I learnt so much. HRO, Resilience Engineering, Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and more. Those of us who were there are still talking about it…… Thankyou David

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